Finland president cuts off Trump: 'The question was for me' not you (VIDEO)

President Donald Trump and Finland President Sauli Niinisto are not getting off to the best start today.

Not long after he had to swat Trump's hand away in the Oval Office for patting his leg, the Finnish president is now having to tell Trump that he's not to be interrupted at a joint press conference.

Well, that's pretty much how it went.

A reporter asked Finland's president a question and instead Trump hijacked it, prompting him to interject: 'The question is for me.'

As soon as he said this, Trump slumped down on the stage and was noticeably irritated.

The Finnish president later chuckles after Trump got into it with White House correspondent Jeff Mason after he pressed him to actually answer the question he asked. It was a pretty uncomfortable sounding laugh.

"Don't be rude," Trump could be heard saying, implying the reporter was rude because he wasn't asking him a question.

The question was in reference to what Trump wanted to actually accomplish by having Ukraine investigate Joe Biden.

"I don't like being the sucker country. We were the sucker country for years and years but not anymore."

This press conference really is wild, right up there with some of the other ones. You can tell the impeachment talk is weighing on the president.